Impact Factor





The Global Science Citation Impact Factor (GSCIF) evaluates and ranks scientific journals and categorizes them for academic excellence using Impact Factor Criteria (IF). The factors such as originality, scientific quality, language level, editorial quality and regularity play important role for a journal to receive the respective Impact Factor for a specific year.

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A journal's impact factor for a specific year would be calculated by taking the number of citations in that year from articles that were published in the previous year and dividing that number by the total number of articles published in that same journal.

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